2.4c Use of FAO emblem and logos
The FAO Web Quality Assurance Checklist is the official FAO guideline on how the FAO emblem and logos should be displayed on Web pages. According to the checklist, the FAO emblem should always be displayed and always in the banner. It should never be re-invented, modified, animated or used as a watermark. Any other logo present should appear smaller than the FAO emblem, unless it is a partner organization, in which case the logo must be the same size as the FAO emblem. The FAO emblem must link to the FAO home page in the same language as the originating page.
The FAO emblem may only be:
It is recommended that you clear programme, project and partner organizations' logos with LEG and OCP.
To download FAO emblem files, as prepared by OCP, see FAO Emblem guidelines.
Checklist... FAO emblem and logo
The FAO emblem may only be "UN blue", black or reversed-out white. The colour specifications to render "UN blue" are: